Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch, has written in the Jewish News about how the Palestinian Authority is set to pay a monthly salary of up to £2500 to the terrorist who murdered Hanna Bladon, a young British woman, in Jerusalem last week and says the UK must take the lead in opposing Palestinian terror.

While Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas is busy getting ready for his trip to the United States next month, where he will plead for financial aid for the PA, his Ministry of Finance is busy doing the paperwork to start paying a monthly salary to Palestinian terrorist Jamil Tamimi.

Why is Tamimi suddenly joining the PA payroll? Last week he murdered British citizen Hannah Bladon in Jerusalem, and for this the PA will be rewarding him with a monthly salary, that eventually will reach £2,500.

According to Palestinian law, any Palestinian terrorist imprisoned for “resisting the occupation” receives a high monthly salary. According to Palestinian Authority practice, “resisting the occupation” includes every violent terror attack by Palestinians including stabbings, shootings and car rammings.

Murdering woman, children and babies will guarantee a Palestinian terrorist prisoner a salary for as long as he is in prison.

The most notorious terrorist prisoner of all, terrorist Abdallah Barghouti, responsible for the murder of 67 civilians by building bombs for suicide bombers, has already received from the PA nearly £200,000.

His bombs blew up the Sbarro pizza shop, Sheffield Club in Tel Aviv, Moment Café in Jerusalem, the Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall, the Hebrew University Café and a No. 4 bus in Tel Aviv.

Today there are approximately 6,500 Palestinian terrorist prisoners on the PA payroll. The PA rewards them every month for terrorism, and this generous arrangement cost the PA budget more than £100million in 2016 alone, according to the PA’s publicised budget.

Which bring us to the newest beneficiary of Palestinian Authority generosity with donor countries money, Jamil Tamimi, who murdered Hannah Bladon.

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